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The latest Part of the Australian Law Journal contains the following articles: “Estoppel And Enforcement Of International Arbitration Awards” – Richard Garnett; “Defamation: Serious Harm And Contextual Truth” – James O’Hara; and “Towards A Coherent Sentencing Jurisprudence For Animal Cruelty Offences” – Gabrielle Wolf, Mirko Bagaric and Jane Kotzmann. This Part also includes the following sections: Current Issues: “The Rule of Law”; “Coercive Control”; and “The Curated Page”; Around the Nation: Tasmania: “Hobart’s Supreme Court Buildings”; Family Law: “Section 114AB: Semantics and Chaos”; Human Rights: “Major UN Review of Australia’s Human Rights Record”; New Zealand: “End of Life Choice: Coming to New Zealand by the Road Less Travelled”; and Recent Cases: “Trade and Commerce – Misleading and Deceptive Conduct – Unconscionable Conduct – Procuring Breach of Fiduciary Duty – Equity – Fiduciaries – Duty – Breach – Contract – Breach of Contract – Joint Venture – Termination”.
This Part includes the following articles: “Judicial Review of Administrative Action: Between Grand Theory and Muddling Through” – Mark Aronson; “The State of the Art in Contemporary Administrative Law” – Paul Daly; “Peremptory Mandamus in Australian Administrative Law” – Christopher Chiam; and “Delegated Legislation and Emergency Rule-making in Australia” – Tim Wright. Also in this Part are the following sections: Editorial: “The State of Our Administrative Law”; and Book Review: “Measuring Accountability in Public Governance Regimes”, by Ellen Rock – Reviewed by Robin Creyke.
The latest Part of the Building and Construction Law Journal includes the following article: “The Duty to Warn and the Combustible Cladding Crisis” – Owen Hayford. Also in this Part are the following sections: Editorial: “The Technology and Construction List of the Supreme Court of New South Wales: an Attractive Forum for Litigants in the Construction Industry” – Michael Christie SC; Book Review: “The International Application of FIDIC Contracts – A Practical Guide”, by Dr Donald Charrett – Reviewed by Phillip Greenham; and Reports on the following cases: 1155 Nepean Highway Pty Ltd v Promax Buildings Pty Ltd; Inghams Enterprises Pty Ltd v Hannigan; and Lepcanfin Pty Ltd v Lepfin Pty Ltd.
The latest Part of the Criminal Law Journal includes the following articles: “Voluntary Assisted Dying and the Merits of Offence-specific Prosecutorial Guidelines in Australia” – Kerstin Braun; “Sexual Offending and the Meaning of Consent in the Queensland Criminal Code” – James Duffy; “Sentencing Developments in the United States in 2020: The Pandemic, Black Lives Matter and Further Erosion of Mass Incarceration” – Mirko Bagaric and Peter Isham; and “‘Whether the Victim Wishes the Offender to Be Released or Not Is Unimportant’: Australia and New Zealand Parole Board members’ Views of the Role of Victims of Crime” – Katherine J McLachlan. Also in this Part is an Editorial: “Reform of ‘Consent’ Law” – Stephen J Odgers; and Phillips’ Brief: “The Curious Case of a Lost Emergency: Section 119 in 1919” – Mark Finnane.